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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:

Etudes Lawrenciennes N° 1 (Tropismes Série spéciale) 1986


Jean-Pierre NAUGRETTE. Le mythe et le réel : lecture de "Odour of Chrysanthemums".

André TOPIA. La chaîne et le circuit : le corps mutant dans Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. The Trespasser : aspects génétiques.

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Tel un poisson dans l'eau : du léthal au foetal dans "The Flying Fish".

Jean-Paul PICHARDIE. D. H. Lawrence et le communisme biblique de J.H.Noyes.

Jean-Jacques LECERCLE. Le Taureau du Prolétariat

Pascal CULERRIER. D.H. Lawrence et Rilke.

Martine RICOUX-FAURE. David, Saul : Deux hommes, deux ordres, deux langages.


Etudes Lawrenciennes N°2 (Tropismes Série spéciale) 1988

Les nouvelles ( Lawrence’s short-stories)

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Prélude et variations.

Alain BLAYAC. Guerre et guerres dans England, My England .

Jean-Pierre NAUGRETTE. L'homme ligoté : variations sur "Samson and Delilah".

Pierre NORDON. Le deuxième soleil de Lawrence.

Françoise DUFOUR. "Sun" : nouvelle, essai ou poème ?

Pascal AQUIEN. Le visage et la voix dans "The Lovely Lady".

Jean-Paul PICHARDIE. L'arche vide : il n'y aura plus jamais de Day à Daybrook.

Corinne ALEXANDRE-GARNER. 'The Man Who Loved Islands" ou l'effacement de la trace.

Etudes Lawrenciennes N°3

Du chaos à la forme (From Chaos to Form) 1988

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Du chaos dans la poésie.

Thérèse VICHY. Les formes du temps dans Sons & Lovers.

David G. ELLIS. Lawrence in his Letters.

Hervé FOURTINA. "My very me, my sacred ego" ; l'autre et le réel ; repères psychanalytiques

pour une lecture de D.H. Lawrence.

Barbara MILIARAS. The Death of Thomas Brangwen and the Collapse of Agrarian Order in The Rainbow.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Les chemins de l'écriture : les chapitres "Man to Man" et "Gladiatorial",

des avant-textes à la version finale de Women in Love.

Howard MILLS. Stylistic revision of Women in Love [The Prologue/ The Wedding Chapter]

Peter PRESTON. Mr Noon and Lawrence's quarrel with Tolstoy.

Keith CUSHMAN.Blind, Intertextual Love: "The Blind Man" and Raymond Carver's "Cathedral"

André DOMMERGUES. Kangaroo : stratégie de rupture

Paul EGGERT. D.H.Lawrence and Literary Collaboration.

Jean-Paul PICHARDIE. Le Mexique : du chaos à l'ordre

Catherine GREENSMITH. Du chaos vers la forme : les débuts de la carrière du peintre

David-Herbert Lawrence

Stephen ROWLEY. The Sight-Touch Metaphor in Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Emile DELAVENAY. Etudes lawrenciennes en perspective : du chaos à la forme, de

l'exploration à la synthèse .


Etudes Lawrenciennes N° 4

Women in Love I 1989

Jean-Paul PICHARDIE. Women in Love. Structures.

André TOPIA. Dialogisme et relativisme dans Women in Love

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. L'imagerie thématique - des avant-textes à la version publiée de

Women in Love

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Les arts plastiques et la mode dans Women in Love

Hervé FOURTINA. La perversion dans Women in Love

Catherine RIHOIT. D'une quête féminine de la connaissance dans Women in Love
Etudes Lawrenciennes N° 5

Women in Love II 1990

Thérèse VICHY. Liberté et création dans Women in Love.

Jean-Paul PICHARDIE. Women in Love dans l'oeuvre romanesque de D.H.Lawrence.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Gerald et Birkin, du prologue à la version définitive de Women in Love.

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Le dialogue avec les avant-gardes dans Women in Love.

Claude SINZELLE. Du poulpe à la rose dans "Moony".


Etudes Lawrenciennes N° 6

Humour et satire (Humour and Satire) 1991

Martine RICOUX-FAURE. Lawrence fait la comédie.

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Lyrisme et humour dans la poésie de D.H. Lawrence.

Adrian HARDING. Self-parody and Ethical Satire in The Rainbow.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Ironie et satire dans la fiction du Nottinghamshire des années 20.

Nicole TARTERA. De l'humour à la satire sociale, ou les facettes de l'esprit lawrencien.

Thérèse VICHY. L'ironie dans "The Woman who Rode Away"

Keith CUSHMAN. The Serious Comedy of "Things".

Jean-Paul PICHARDIE. Une brassée d'orties ou la guirlande de Britania.
Etudes Lawrenciennes N°7

Identité et différence (Identity and Difference) 1992

Emile DELAVENAY. D.H.Lawrence et Jung : Interrogations et pistes.

L.D. CLARK. "A Subtle Stealth of Change". Lawrence on The Novel.

Pierre VITOUX. Loerke dans Women in Love : problématique du personnage et étude génétique.

Keith CUSHMAN. Lawrence and the Brewsters as Painters.

Pierre NORDON. De la découverte à l'abolition : le voyage dans les nouvelles de D.H.Lawrence.

Annie ESCURET. "Study of Thomas Hardy": une marque de différence.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. De Paul Morel à Rupert Birkin : identité et sexualité.

Stephen ROWLEY. The Death of our Phallic Being : Melville's Moby Dick as a Warning which

eads to Women in Love.

Nicole TARTERA. Nature, culture, écriture : D.H. Lawrence et les Indiens du Nouveau- Mexique.

Bernard JACQUIN. Mark Rampion : A Huxleyan Avatar of D.H. Lawrence

Ginette KATZ-ROY. The Process of Rotary Image-Thought in D.H Lawrence's Last Poems.

Etudes Lawrenciennes N°8

Les métamorphoses du désir (The Metamorphoses of Desire) 1992

André TOPIA. Dérive des corps, dérive du texte dans "The Captain's Doll".

Corinne ALEXANDRE-GARNER. "The Captain's Doll" ou le ravissement de la langue.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Lydia, Anna et Ursula Brangwen dans The Rainbow : Variations sur le désir. Thérèse VICHY. The Rainbow, une modernité ambiguë.

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Les anamorphoses sexuelles dans la poésie de D.H.Lawrence

Sylvain FLOC’H. Flammes amoureuses : les toiles inaccessibles de D.H.Lawrence.

DOSSIER. Lawrence lu par Gaston Bachelard, un montage de Myriam Librach.
Etudes Lawrenciennes N° 9

D.H. Lawrence, His Contemporaries and EUROPE I 1993

Keith ALLDRITT. The Europeans of D. H. Lawrence.

Ronald DRAPER. "Take Me South Again".

Thérèse VICHY. Lawrence's Bavarian Height.

Philippe ROMANSKI. "Europe is a lost name". Entropy in the First Two Chapters of Women in Love.

Madeline MERLINI. D. H. Lawrence and the Italian Political Scene.

Sheila LAHIRI CHOUDHURY. D. H. Lawrence and Ford Madox Ford: A Brief Encounter.

Peter PRESTON. "Under the Same Banner" ?: D.H.L. and Catherine Carswell's Open the Door !

Susan Y.GILCHRIST. D. H. Lawrence and E. M. Forster: A Failed Friendship.

Keith CUSHMAN. Lawrence, Compton Mackenzie, and the "Semi-Literary Cats" of Capri.

Guy PHILIPPRON. The Reception of D.H. Lawrence's Fiction in the 1930s: The NRF's support.

Fiona BECKET. The Reception of D. H. Lawrence in Poland.

Anja VIINIKKA. D. H. Lawrence and Finland.

Isabel FERNANDES, Maria A. FERREIRA, Ana C. BIRRENTO. A First Approach to a Portuguese D

D.H.Lawrence Bibliography.



Etudes Lawrenciennes N° 10


D.H.Lawrence. Hits Contemporaries and Europe II 1994

Lawrence B. GAMACHE. D.H. Lawrence and Religious Conflict Dualism.

Takeo IIDA. Nature-Deities : Reawakening Blood -Consciousness in the Europeans.

Rosemary HOWARD. Lawrence and Russell.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Viennese Modernists and D.H. Lawrence.(1913-1919), A convergence of sensibilities.

Bridget PUGH. D.H. Lawrence : Some Russian Parallels.

George J .ZYTARUK. D.H. Lawrence and V.V. Rozanov Clarifying the Phallic Vision.

Rina NICOLAJ. D.H. Lawrence as Interpreter and Translator of Giovanni Verga.

Vita FORTUNATI. The Visual Arts and The Novel : The Contrasting Cases of Ford Madox Ford and

D.H. Lawrence.

Robert LANGBAUM. D.H. Lawrence and the Modernists.

Stephen ROWLEY. Colour Implications of the Poetry of T.S. Eliot and D.H. Lawrence.

Michael BELL. D.H. Lawrence and Thomas Mann: Unbewusste Brüderschaft.

Ian CLARKE. Lawrence and the Drama of His European Contemporaries.

Jean-Jacques LECERCLE. Sentimentalism and Feeling : D.H. Lawrence's "Piano" and I.A. Richards'

Reading of it.

Ginette KATZ-ROY. " This may be a withering tree this Europe" : Bachelard, Deleuze and Guattari

on D.H. Lawrence's Poetic Imagination.



Etudes Lawrenciennes11 - 1995

Barbara L. MILIARAS . Fashion, Art and the Leisure Class in D.H.Lawrence's The White Peacock.

Dennis JACKSON. Artist's Vision vs Lawyer's Eyes: D.H.Lawrence, Morris Ernst, and the

Censorship of Genuine Pornography.

John H.RALEIGH. D.H.Lawrence and the "Sons of God".

Earl G. INGERSOLL. Lawrence's Friendship with David Eder.

Fiona BECKET."Star-Equilibrium" and the Language of Love in W omen in Love.

Christine ZARATSIAN: Dancing in The Rainbow and Women in Love.

Nora FOSTER STOVEL: Passion and Possession: D.H.Lawrence's Daughter-in-Law

and John Osborne's Look Back in Anger.

Rosemary HOWARD: The Turquoise Horse, A Discussion of the Symbolism of the

Horse in the Works of D.H.Lawrence.

A previously unpublished essay by ANDRE MAUROIS: Lawrence Surrounded by Women.

BOOK REVIEWS: Rosemary HOWARD: Paul Poplawski, Promptings of Desire, Creativity


and the Religious Impulse in the Works of D.H.Lawrence.

Nicola CERAMELLA: Review of Peter Preston, A D.H.Lawrence Chronology.



Etudes Lawrenciennes12

Sex and Gender - 1995

Terry GIFFORD. 'Anotherness' as a Construction of Nature in "Birds, Beasts and Flowers".

Candace FERTILE. Triangular Relationships in "Mother and Daughter".

Antony R.ATKINS. Masculinity and the Reproduction of Mothering in The White Peacock.

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Birkin and the New Ethic of Human Relationships.

Michael BALLIN. Sexuality, Society and Individual Growth in D.H.Lawrence's Women in Love.

Brenda Lee BRYANT. The Arch of the Rainbow: D.H.Lawrence's Vision of Relationships.

Stephany BORGES. Rebels and Old Maids : The Contradiction between a Socially and a

Biological Constituted Gender Identity in The Lost Girl.

Rebecca CARPENTER. "Can I be a Feminist and still like The Plumed Serpent ?".

Michael R. ENOS . "The Head of Eros". Same-Sex Desire, Self-Surveillance, and the Male Body.

Michael HOLLINGTON. Simultaneous Orgasm and Other Temporal Aspects of Lady Chatterley's Lover

and Other Late Writings of D.H Lawrence.
Etudes Lawrenciennes13

"An art of true relatedness " I 1996

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Apropos of Relatedness

Michael BELL. Lawrence, Language and Relatedness

Rosemary HOWARD. Intimations of Wonder in Wittgenstein and Lawrence

Stephen ROWLEY. Darkness- The Blind Man's Third Eye

Kyoko Kay KONDO. Colours, Images and Related Adjectives in Women in Love

Jacqueline GOUIRAND. Star-Equilibrium, The Evolution of the Mino Chapter in Women in Love.

Nora FOSTER STOVEL. The Woman in the Moon: Metaphor, Myth and Marriage in The Rainbow

and Women in Love

Nicola CERAMELLA. Monistic Mankind-Nature Relations in Lawrence.

Etudes Lawrenciennes 14/15

"An art of true relatedness" II / Lawrence and Italy 1996

1.- Peter PRESTON. Leo's Bits: Lawrence, Lenin and the Russian Revolution

Jacqueline GOUIRAND, Stephen ROWLEY. From Constraint to Diffusion: Images of the Self in



Women in Love.

Vita FORTUNATI. Interrelatedness as a Euristic Moment in Women in Love

Neils ROBERTS. Snake Charmer: Lawrence and Non-European Culture

Florence ZANOR.The Male Characters and "True Relatedness" in The Plumed Serpent.

Madeline MERLINI. Snakes and...Lawrences

Rina NICOLAJ. The Escaped Cock



2.- Stefania MICHELUCCI. Planguaces: Lawrence and Places

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Lawrence and Italian Art

Carla COMELLINI. Italy and the Mediterranean Myth in D.H.Lawrence’s Quest

Nicola CERAMELLA. Sea and Sardinia : An Italian Perspective

Gérard SALAMON. Les Etrusques de D.H.Lawrence : essai sur la représentation des Etrusques

dans Etruscan Places


Etudes Lawrenciennes 16

A Matter of Approach 1997

Elizabeth FOX. Lady Chatterley’s Lover : A Departure from Pastoral into Delusion

Barbara L. MILIARAS. Post-Impressionist Influences in The Lost Girl

Peter DE VILLE. Torn’ a Califano, famme campa’s : The Thrills of Getting Lost in Lawrence’s



The Lost Girl

Gerry CARLIN. The Lawrencean Spectacular : Art, Audience and Antagonism in The Plumed


Serpent

Ginette KATZ-ROY. Of Peacocks, White, Wintry and Other

Nora FOSTER STOVEL. "The Mysteries of Life and Labour" : Management and Marriage in


Touch and Go

J.E.ELLIOTT. Lawrence Among his Critics, or Flying the Flag of the Nude.

Dennis JACKSON. Looking for Dates at the Family Reunion : The Inevitably Incestuous Nature

of "Refereeing" Scholarship for a Single-Author Journal.


Etudes Lawrenciennes 17
The Spirit of Place, Passages, New Shores 1998

Pierre Vitoux, Etruscan Places : The Phallic Quest.

Joseph Urbas, " Philosophy – or whatever it is " (1). Being-in-Movement and the Spirit of Displacement

in D.H.Lawrence’s American Essays.

Sylvain Floc’h, "Flame of the shadow", D.H.Lawrence’s Poetics of Initiation.

Ginette Katz-Roy, The Manifestations of the English Spirit of Place in D.H.Lawrence’s Works.

Brigitte Macadré, Etruscan Places Revisited.

Stephen Rowley, Lawrence and the Dynamics of Colour.

Christine Zaratsian, The Alchemy of Elements in Lawrence’s Cosmology.

Jacqueline Gouirand, Passages : from Hibernation to Awakening (March in The Fox).

The Phallic Parade and Woman in Question.

Rosemary Howard, D.H.Lawrence and Robert Burns. Similarities and Contrasts.

Loretta Stec, The Primitive Assertion in D.H.Lawrence and Rebecca West.

Masako Hirai, From Oedipus to Sons and Lovers via Hamlet.

Etudes Lawrenciennes 18

"Studies in Classic American Literature" 1998

Stephen ROWLEY, Studies in Classic American Literature.

Joseph URBAS, "Philosophy -or whatever it is" (2) Knowledge and Ethics in Lawrence’s American Essays.

Nathalie CARON, D.H.Lawrence and the "snuff-coloured little man ".

Adrian HARDING, America and the Migration of the Same. Lawrence and Crèvecœur.

Marie-Claire PASQUIER, Don’t trust the tale, trust the artist.

Henri JUSTIN, Edgar Allan Poe.

Marc AMFREVILLE, D.H.Lawrence on Nathaniel Hawthorne. Duplicity or Ambivalence ?

Anne MICHEL-ULLMO, The ‘farcical fools’ of Blithedale : Lawrence’s Review of Hawthorne’s


The Blithedale Romance.

Sylvie BAUER, " A morality that changes the blood". Lawrence, Whitman and the Soul.


Etudes lawrenciennes n°19

Lawrence and Language 1998

Michael Bell, Fiona Becket, Introduction : D.H. Lawrence and Language-Sense

Vance Crummett, Lawrence's Quarrel with “Idealism”

Jeff Wallace, Against Idealism: Science and Language in Lawrence's Philosophical Writing

Stefana Roussenova, Emotional Perception and the Created World in Sons and Lovers

John Worthen, Dramatic Punctuation: The Case of The Daughter-in-Law

Michael Black, Lawrence's Language of Metaphor: “St Mawr” as Source

Ginette Katz-Roy, Lawrence, Cézanne and the Cliché

George Hyde, Lawrence, Verga and the Dialogic Art


Etudes lawrenciennes n°20

From Primitivism to Post-Modernism 1999

Jack Stewart, Cultural Primitivism : Lawrence’s Peasant Portraits in Sardinia

Keith Sagar, The Genesis of "Snake"

Christopher Pollnitz, Sniffing the Humus : Where Did Lawrence’s Pansies Spring From ?

Gavriel Ben Ephraim, Woman as Fatal Other in Shelley, Rosetti, and Lawrence:

An Essay in Revisionary Romanticism

Stephany Borges, Her Desire : the Cold Liberty to Be Herself

Laurie E. McCollum, Ritual sacrifice in "The Woman Who Rode Away" : a Girardian Analysis

Jacqueline Gouirand, Lady Chatterley’s Lover Through the Lens of Barthes and Kristeva

Aline Ferreira,"D.H. Lawrence and Hélène Cixous: Unexpected Contiguities"

Michael Kramp, Lawrence, l’écriture féminine, and the Deleuzian Stutter

David Annwn,'"Mothering Post-Modernism" : D.H. Lawrence, H.D. and Organicist West Coast Poetic

Nicola Ceramella, A Note on Lawrence as Student-Teacher and Teaching Lawrence

Samir ELBARBARY, A Note on the Early Reception of D.H. Lawrence in Egypt

Etudes Lawrenciennes n°21

D.H.Lawrence After Strange Gods I, 1999
Pierre VITOUX. After Strange Gods : Eliot on Lawrence
Garry WATSON. Rethinking  This-Worldly Religion: D.H.Lawrence and French Theory.
Michael HOLLINGTON. Be an Apple: Cézanne and the Cosmos in Lawrence’s Last Writings
Bethan JONES. “All sorts of gods”: Anthropophuism and the Olympians in D.H.Lawrence’s Late Poems.
Christine ZARATSIAN. The Phoenix Myth and the Alchemical Quest for God in Lawrence’s Works
Nick CERAMELLA. Lorenzo in Search of a New Religion
Harry  A.WOOLF. The Source of D.H.Lawrence’s Dualism
Sheila LAHIRI CHOUDHURY. Sacred Prostitute: A Reading of The Lost Girl as a Parody of the Fall
Nicole VELEBNI-TARTERA. D.H.Lawrence in Search of the Ancient Wisdom

Etudes Lawrenciennes n°22

D.H.Lawrence After Strange Gods II, 2000
Mark SPILKA. Lawrence and Bishop Spong as Religious Exiles
Barbara LANGELL MILIARAS. D.H.Lawrence and Diego Rivera : Parallel Lives. The Function of Art, Myth and  Politics in The Plumed Serpent and  the Mexican Mural Sequences of Diego Rivera
Aline FERREIRA. A Reading of D.H.Lawrence and Luce Irigaray’s Notion of Wonder
See-young PARK. A Version of Lev Shestov in D.H.Lawrence’s Later Writings: A Posteriori Representation and  Novel  
Jill FRANKS. Spineless Saint and Pomegranate-Eater : Forster and Lawrence in Italy
Barnard TURNER. Chasing Strange Gods in “The Woman Who Rode Away”
Carl KROCKEL. Between Romanticism and Realism: A Comparison of Sons and Lovers and Buddenbrooks.
Izabel F.O. BRANDÃO. Gudrun’s Dionysian Initiation in Women in Love.

Etudes Lawrenciennes n°23.


D.H.Lawrence After Strange Gods III, 2000
Simonetta DE FILIPPIS. Eros and Thanatos in D.H.Lawrence’s Amerindian Tales.
Stefania MICHELUCCI. Sexuality’s Mortal Trap: Sex and Contamination in Aaron’s Rod
Jacqueline GOUIRAND. D.H.Lawrence After a Phallic Christ: the Resurrection into Touch in The Man Who Died.
Stephen  ROWLEY. The Paternity of the Healing Phallus : from Melville’s « Cock-a-doodle-do ! » to Lawrence’s  “The Escaped Cock”.
Carla COMELLINI. D.H.Lawrence’s Use of Myth in Birds,Beasts and Flowers.
Keith CUSHMAN. Ghosts and Fighting Celts in « The Border Line »
Louis K.GREIFF. Variations on a Theme by D.H.Lawrence: “The Rocking-Horse Winner” as Experimental Cinema.
Peter PRESTON. « I am in a novel » : Lawrence in Recent Fiction.
Adrienne E.GAVIN. Marginalization and Colonization : Literary Criticism of D.H.Lawrence’s Short Stories.

Etudes lawrenciennes n°24 .

The Dark Continent of the Soul ”, 2001.



Sandra Gilbert , Troth with the Dead: D. H. Lawrence’s Poetry of Mourning.

Helen Baron, The Problem of Masculinity in "Paul Morel".

Stephen Rowley, Burned beyond essentiality: Destructive Fire in The Trespasser.

Bethan Jones, Following the Starry Shelley: Lawrence and Lyric Poetry.

David Ellis , Lawrence and Prejudice.

Nora Foster Stovel, D.H.Lawrence’s Altitude : a Taos Comedy.

Peter De Ville, Lawrence and Strinberg’s Crimes.

Oskar Wellens, D.H.Lawrence land the English Translation of the Dutch Classic Max Havelaar (1927).

Frédéric-Jacques Temple, Lawrence’s House in Picinisco.

Etudes lawrenciennes n° 25,

An Ever Widening Circle ” 2001

Brigitte Macadré, What’s in a Detail? The Woman in a Pink Frock with a Scarlet Sunshade in The Rainbow.

Christine Zaratsian, Life is « an ever widening circle » : Seasons and Cycles in Lawrence’s Works.

Aline Ferreira, Lawrence’s “Fleurs du Mal”: Abjection in Women in Love.

Jacqueline Gouirand, The Rabbit Chapter from the First to the Ultimate Version of Women in Love.

Stephen Rowley, Women in Love or the Pitfalls of Pedagogy and the Foreignness of Language.

Stefana Roussenova, Narrative Technique and the Dialogic Principle in Women in Love.

Fella Bouchouchi, D.H.Lawrence : The Novels and Essays of the War Period.

Helen Baron, Introductory Note to the Reprinting of Lawrence’s Source for the Idea of “Murderee”.

Mary Mapes Dodge, The Insanity of Cain.

Etudes lawrenciennes N° 26/27,

Women in Love : Readings 2002

Michael BELL, D.H. Lawrence: Modernist malgré lui

Stephen ROWLEY, The Matrix of Women in Love

Cornelius CROWLEY, The Liberation of Women in Love

Margaret STORCH, Men and Women in Love: Gender Relations and Visual Art

Jacqueline GOUIRAND, Images of the Body in Women in Love: a Few Perspectives

Fella BOUCHOUCHI, The Whirlpool of Disintegration in Women in Love

Peter PRESTON, “Beyond the sound of words”:

Speech and silence in Women in Love

Brigitte MACADRE, The Problem of Contours and Limits in Women in Love

Josiane PACCAUD-HUGUET, Gaze and Voice in Anamorphosis in “Moony”

Elizabeth FOX, Women in Love and the Four Psychologies

Etudes lawrenciennes N°28

Beyond Norms of Correctness, 2003

Jacqueline GOUIRAND, Lawrence, Frieda and Metz

Nora FOSTER STOVEL, “Word-for-word true”: The Complete Text of D.H. Lawrence’s Autobiographical Comedy, The Fight for Barbara

Fella BOUCHOUCHI, “Some scars don’t seem to go”: Constraint and Liberty in The Trespasser (1912)

Valeria FARAVELLI, ‘Sons and Lovers in Context: Lawrence and the Edwardian Literary Scene’

Michael BELL, Reading Women on Love: Then and Now

Anne FERNIHOUGH, Freewoman and Supermen: Aspirations and Limits in Women in Love

François GALLIX, “When I went to the film”. Cutting, Editing and ‘Meaning Effects’ in the Structure  of Women in Love

Julianne NEWMARK, D.H. Lawrence, “Whitman,” and the Leap to the Irrational

Jill FRANKS, Men who Loved Islands : D.H. Lawrence and J.M. Synge in Sardinia and Aran

Noëlle CUNY, “Pathology, Power, Potency: A Reading of Aaron’s Rod

Brigitte MACADRE, Lawrence and Native Americans: On the Fringes of Political Correctness

Jay A. GERTZMAN, Lawrence, the Vanguard Press, and Lady Chatterley’s Lover: How Strongly Could     He Fight the “Wee Willie Winkle Public and Publishers” in 1928.


Etudes lawrenciennes N°29


The Writer as Critic, 2003

Michael BELL, Criticism, Creation and Nacherlebung: Lawrence as Exemplary Critic ?

Fiona BECKET, Ecological Concerns: A Poetics of Responsibility in D.H. Lawrence

Brigitte MACADRE, “A Creation Within a Creation”: Hardyan Images in


D.H. Lawrence’s Fiction and Criticism

Peter PRESTON, Critical Characters: Discussing Fiction in Lawrence’s Fiction

Kyoko KAY KONDO, Articulacy and Orality in Women in Love

Gilles MAYNE, D.H. Lawrence’s Discourse on Pornography and Obscenity

Sheila LAHIRI CHOUDHURY, “The Widening Circle”: Lawrence on Education

Eva CHEN, D.H. Lawrence in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction


Etudes lawrenciennes N°30

Lawrence Poet and Playwright, 2004

Stephen ROWLEY, The Quest for a Nucleate Trope in Lawrence’s Poetry:

Organic Becoming and Inorganic Collapse

Philippe ROMANSKI, “(1) Am Here”: Searching for One’s Poetic Voice

Bethan JONES, Allusion, Ascension and Awakening: “The Evangelistic Beasts”

Fella BOUCHOUCHI, D.H. Lawrence’s Cosmopoetics

Jacqueline GOURIAND, Male Homoeroicism in Lawrence’s Poetry

Keith CUSHMAN, “Pomegranate, “Peach,” and the Gendering of Birds, Beasts and Flowers

Nicola CERAMELLA, Reflections on D.H. Lawrence’s Last Poems

Nora FOSTER STOVEL, D.H. Lawrence, From Drama to Fiction: Gender and Genre, Tragedy



and Comedy in his Story “Fanny and Annie” and his Play The Daug
Etudes lawrenciennes N°31

, 2004


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